The Latin Grammy awards on Thursday night came with an anti-Donald Trump protest. The Guadalajara-based pop-rock band Mana performed a song with San Jose-based Los Tigres del Norta called "Somos Más Americanos" ("We Are More American") and then unfurled a banner that read "Latinos unidos no voten por los racistas [Latinos, united, don't vote for the racists]."
Rolling Stone elaborated: "The Maná-covered Tigres del Norte ballad appears in Cama Incendiada, Maná's Latin Grammy-winning 2015 record for Best Pop/Rock Album. 'I want to remind the gringo that I didn't cross the border, the border crossed me,' goes the Spanish-language song against a menacing polka beat. 'America was born free, but the man divided it / They drew the line so I could cross it, and then call me an invader.'"